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    Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence

    March 15, 2023

    There are many ways to get help if you or someone you care about is a victim of domestic violence. In this article, we will share resources to help you understand what domestic violence is and programs that can help victims.

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    ADHD Resources on

    March 1, 2023

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects children, young adults, and adults. It can be difficult to handle symptoms alone, but there are resources to help. Learn more about ADHD and other mental health resources.

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    5 Benefits for First Time Parents

    February 15, 2023

    Becoming a first-time parent can be overwhelming, but is here to help! In this article, we will share five benefit programs for new parents.

Video Highlights allows you to compare your eligibility for over 1,000 state and federal benefit programs. Learn more about how to use the Benefit Finder to connect you to the government benefits you need.


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